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Old 10-06-2016, 03:34 PM   #1
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Wiring help, can't believe I did this

OK I hate playing with the wiring of a car, I mean I've done it but NOT my favorite thing. So after I said my car is finally finished I can't believe I order a keyless push button alarm system from Guard Dawg. It arrives sometime this weekend. The car is a 2014 premium v6 convertible. So that being said I have a few quick questions;

1.) Has any one ever installed one and do you have any tips

2.) Where can I find a wiring diagram for my car

3.) Would I be best going under dash for wires or under hood (I'd love to go in trunk but don't believe that will be an option)

4.) Why can't I ever just say "car is finished" and leave it be.

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I'm not sure I should ask this. What was wrong with the security system the car came with?
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Old 10-06-2016, 06:57 PM   #3
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I installed an EasyGo smart keyless system on my 2014 v6

I have all the wiring info you will probably need and might be able to answer most questions.

I'm not home at the moment but trying to access the wiring from where I am.

Pm me an email and I'll send you everything I can and the rest if I can't from here.


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It dd not come with one plus its not a push button start
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Wiring sheet is still good. I have it available. Even has pics of locations.


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I just pm'd you wm
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OK I hate playing with the wiring of a car, I mean I've done it but NOT my favorite thing. So after I said my car is finally finished I can't believe I order a keyless push button alarm system from Guard Dawg. It arrives sometime this weekend. The car is a 2014 premium v6 convertible. So that being said I have a few quick questions;

1.) Has any one ever installed one and do you have any tips

2.) Where can I find a wiring diagram for my car

3.) Would I be best going under dash for wires or under hood (I'd love to go in trunk but don't believe that will be an option)

4.) Why can't I ever just say "car is finished" and leave it be.

Thanks guys
To answer Number 4: No offense meant here, but as other things become important in your life you'll find less satisfaction in buying accessories for your Mustang.
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To answer Number 4: No offense meant here, but as other things become important in your life you'll find less satisfaction in buying accessories for your Mustang.

I already got to that point and past it, I have recycled back around to it. lol
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I already got to that point and past it, I have recycled back around to it. lol
Well, that's a Mustang for you. There are worse habits to spend your money on!
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There is clip of an install of a similar (maybe the same) kit on utube. Good luck.
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Men love their toys. That why. If they can afford it then it's fine, if you can't afford it then you probably shouldn't.
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...and playing with their toys! If you can't play it's no fun! I've gone back n forth about getting the gaurd dawg system. Let us know how u make out.
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I can afford them its just I have a million projects going on lol
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I can afford them its just I have a million projects going on lol
Ditto and it never ends!
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I think when it comes to mustangs many of us fall in the "addict" category except we have no halfway houses and if they built us one we'd burn it down. lol
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I think Beviking definitely falls in the Mustang Addict category. Look at his list. Think he has more than that on the Stang?
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And truth be told I am looking to add a 2015-16 hardtop to sit next to my 2014 convertible, yes I am addicted
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I knew I had a problem when I decided to hand color the factory white stitching with a red marker. Yes, each thread, all seats and steering wheel. Had to use a fine marker to reach deep in every stitch hole. Pulled complete interior so I could sound barrier trunk to firewall. wth is the matter with me?!
plenty others have done much more too!
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I knew I had a problem when I decided to hand color the factory white stitching with a red marker. Yes, each thread, all seats and steering wheel. Had to use a fine marker to reach deep in every stitch hole. Pulled complete interior so I could sound barrier trunk to firewall. wth is the matter with me?!
plenty others have done much more too!

have wanted to do that how does it hold up to cleaning
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Coloring that blinding white thread on your interior
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Not sure, I'm usually clean in my car lol! I didn't use permanent marker on the threads themselves so they do fade in sun and with cleaning. My car goes up in the winter but I only reapply 2-3 times a year. Just the regular marker over the thread only. The permanent marker in the recesses holds up.
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